Original disclosure @ ADB website
Updated in EWS Jul 6, 2022
Disclosed by Bank Jun 22, 2022
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According to the bank's website, "...The program comprises three reform areas and complements ADB's previous engagement while responding to policy challenges intensified by the pandemic. All program policy actions have been completed and reforms are under implementation. Reform area 1: Public financial management for fiscal resilience and debt sustainability. The program supported the government in undertaking a series of reforms to help restore fiscal and debt sustainability. Reform area 2: Public policy for community resilience. The government has undertaken several reforms under program to more effectively support and protect women, the poor, and vulnerable people, especially in the face of shocks. Reform area 3: Enabling environment for resilient private sector recovery. Supporting the recovery of businesses and fostering the creation of new enterprises is critical for economic recovery and resilience. As part of the program, several actions have been completed."
Government of Australia Grant US$ 60.10 million
New Zealand Grant US$ 1.60 million
Japan International Cooperation Agency Loan US$ 76.60 million
Responsible ADB Officer Aelbers, Erik
Responsible ADB Department Pacific Department
Responsible ADB Division PASP
Ministry of Economy
Hon. James Ah Koy
Level 5x Ro Lalabalavu House
370 Victoria Parade
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